If you are passing through Zlatitsa and are fond of beautiful and full-water waterfalls, you can visit Zlatiski waterfall.
How do you get to Zlatiski waterfall?
After entering Zlatica, you head to its northeastern part, north of the railway line, where Stara Planina Street is located. Taking it, you will soon find yourself outside the northern outskirts at the foot of the Balkans.
By the buzzing, you will know that you are approaching Zlatishki waterfall.
By car, you can literally get to the waterfall itself - on the right there is a separate small parking lot where you can park.
The place is a starting point for different and increasingly interesting routes.
The waterfall is located on the river Kuru dere (or Suh dol).
You will cross a beautiful bridge, from where you will enjoy the overall magnificence of Zlatiski Waterfall.
A small path winds from the bridge and along the river. She will take you to the waterfall.
Zlatishki waterfall can be visited by people of all ages.
And maybe you want to see the charming Zlatiski waterfall in autumn?
What can you visit nearby?
In the immediate vicinity of the waterfall itself are the stairs that will take you to the chapel of St. St. Cyric and Iulita. The place offers an extremely beautiful view of the entire Zlatishko-Pirdop valley.
If you continue to the left past the waterfall, you will find yourself at the Ascension Monastery and Spasovo Kladchenche.
Returning back to the town of Zlatica, do not miss to see the old clock tower located in the center of the town, as well as the Grandfather's Glove Park.
10 kilometers from Zlatica (15 minutes by car) are the majestic ruins of the Elenska Basilica, which you should not miss visiting.
Near the ruins of the Elenska Basilica, as a memory of the destroyed Bulgarian monastery, in 2010 a chapel "St. Elijah".
12 kilometers from Zlatica (about 15 minutes by car) is the beautiful Midland jewel of Dushantsi.
Let your walk also take you to the beautiful church "St. St. Cyril and Methodius".
Dušanci is a delightful place in every season! Proof of this is the magnificent photo moments with the wonderful Christmas decorations, bringing so much delight to our senses!
At the end of the village, be sure to turn left, where an authentic Roman Kufarita bridge awaits you.
Continuing after the Kufarita bridge, the road will take you to the "St. George" chapel above Dushantsi, from where you will enjoy a wonderful view of the entire Zlatishko-Pirdop valley.
The road after the village will take you to the "Dushantsi" dam - magnificent in every season - in autumn, in winter and on the border between spring and summer. Enjoy it!
I wish you a charming, fresh, green and cheerful walk!